Easily Control Critical Entry Points Across Single or Multiple Buildings
Access control systems allow users to log and monitor the identities of those who enter the property. They can vary widely, from long range vehicle mounted or biometric technologies, to key card systems. Any of these access control systems can be programmed to selectively allow entry to highly-controlled areas such as vaults, data and record centers, and storage facilities.
In its most basic form, a physical access control system provides a software and hardware-based solution to control who is authorized entry to specific locations at specific times. This gives management greater control over their physical security while mitigating the risk associated with issuing mechanical keys to untold numbers of individuals.
Regardless of the system or technology in use, there is no substitute for a high-quality installation, and no compensation for a low-quality installation. At iS3 we see our workmanship and service as our flagship product and fundamental pillars of our philosophy, for which no room for compromise can be made.
Modern access control systems provide organizations with a highly practical set of advanced features and capabilities that go beyond the basic who, where, when controls of more basic legacy systems.
Some examples of these modern features:
- Intuitive single interface for multiple locations.
- Wireless / WiFi locksets
- Bluetooth and NFC Phone support.
- Hosted Cloud Based.
- Mobile Emergency Lock down
- System Integration between a variety of technology platforms.